5 Montessori Principles that Encourage your Child to Clean Up

My first encounter with Montessori was a classroom observation. I was captivated by this little children who would work independently on a material and then stand up, push in their chair and return the material before selecting another one. I had to know more. It is for the reason that I’m always tickled when guests … More 5 Montessori Principles that Encourage your Child to Clean Up

Understanding and Supporting your Infant Course

Understanding and Supporting your Infant This course focuses on the child from birth till about 18 months old. It runs for 4 weeks. Price: $199 Week 1: The Big Picture: Characteristics of the Human Montessori’s theory of the differences between humans and animals Our human needs and tendencies; and How those relate to the child Stages of human … More Understanding and Supporting your Infant Course

A Montessori Toddler in the Kitchen Essentials Guide

My favorite way to practice Montessori at home is to cook with my children. I have written a lot about cooking with toddlers and its benefits. You can learn more about this and other ways to support your toddler at home by registering for the Toddler E-Course.  Today, I want to share some of our favorite … More A Montessori Toddler in the Kitchen Essentials Guide

5 Montessori-Inspired Ways to Prepare your Toddler for a Sibling

Welcoming a new child is a blessing that adds joy to the family but it is also a huge change for toddlers and other siblings. Preparing them for this change can make the transition go so much better and lead to a better sibling relationship in the long run. Solu was almost 19 months old … More 5 Montessori-Inspired Ways to Prepare your Toddler for a Sibling